The Early Childhood Teaching Assistant position is for an Infant/Toddler classroom.
Operating days are Monday through Friday with varied working hours between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Assists in supervising and integrating daily and long-term planning for the classroom in collaboration with support team and other classroom team members; ensures social, emotional, physical, and educational needs of children are met based on Center's philosophy, curriculum policies and state licensing rules; assists with implementing, evaluating, and communicating classroom programming, routines, and procedures; assists in management of classroom by completing paperwork, training, evaluating staff, and problem solving with team and parents to address classroom issues; implements health, safety and security processes and procedures including CACFP meal counting; participates in professional development and on center wide and university teams.
High school diploma or equivalent; at least 1 course or (100 hours) work experience in child development and/or early childhood education; subject to Bureau of Criminal Investigation check; current first aid, communicable disease, and child abuse recognition certification and/or training within 120 days of employment.
Associate degree or higher in child development or a related field; experience working in a classroom with children six years of age or younger; Child Development Associate (CDA) certificate.
Target Salary: $12.61 - $16.00 Hourly
Job Category: Civil Service
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